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Boomkat Product Review:
Scudding hardcore bombs from DJ Skift packing suitably bunkered, rave-ready tekkers for Mother’s Concrete Cabin
Twysting the DNA of OG breakbeat hardcore with muscle memory updates of 2-step garage, grime and pinging electro, Skift lands on a super tight style somewhere to the darker side of Luke Vibert and also recalling those Remerge 12”s (rumoured to be holding an incognito Æ edit) or HATE’s cut ’n splice badness.
It’s no nonsense, on your toes, wide-eyed rave tackle; rinsing out ricocheting ’91-style breaks, mentasms and chewy garage bass in the first part, then flicking the pressure gauge up with a stampeding jungle tekno onslaught in the second, and shooting ‘ardcore shrapnel from the hip in the buck ’n bury garage swang of the final part.